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sql replication (SSIS)

Posted on 2011-09-15
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hi,

i need to replicate the amount of the data from one sql server database to another sql database, the table that must be replicated contains 152511786 rows and when i run my packge in SSIS i get the flowing informations:

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Question by:IT-VAS
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by:Anuj
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You need to make some changes to DefaultBufferMaxSize and DefaultBufferMaxRows, Check #7 of this article.
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Alpesh Patel earned 500 total points
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Please increase the buffer size
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by:IT-VAS
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hi PatelAlpesh,

How much can you  increase this value? wht is the range?


thanks
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